Ademola Adekunbi
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My name is Admeola Adekunbi, I am 19 years old and a student of law at the university of Ilorin in Nigeria.I am passionate about good leadership at all levels of government and regularly participate in political activities,as well as leadership training courses. I hope to learn from other people here about ethics and its various dimensions.

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Imagining a better future

Posted on January 5, 2015 at 5:17pm 0 Comments


Ademola Adekunbi Alexander

University of Ilorin, Kwara state


19 years

Today, Northern Nigeria is torn apart by violence, from the organized campaign of mayhem and destruction being perpetrated by Boko Haram, to the spontaneous riots that occur on what seems; unfortunately, to be a regular basis. I experienced one such riot some years ago: where my family and I had to huddle in hiding overnight while as…


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